Blip Blip Bleep began while the solo task of New York-based songwriter Sean Han, who started saving beneath the name in 2006. Blip Blip Bleep’s debut EP, Cellular, was released prior to the 12 months was out, and Han, having recruited assistance from drummer Brett Thompson, began carrying out live at numerous venues around NEW YORK by enough time 2007 rolled around. Vocalist/keyboardist Sarah Lee was welcomed in to the fold immediately after, as well as the trio continued to record its second EP, NOISY ALARMS. The disk, a dancy, digital affair punctuated by earnest vocals (features that place Blip Blip Bleep in group with works like I Am Automatic robot and Very pleased and Frankmusik), premiered in the springtime of 2008. Afterwards that season keyboardist/vocalist Alexa Danner became a member of the group as an alternative for the departing Lee, and in March 2010 Blip Blip Bleep underwent another lineup transformation with Thompson changed by Jojo Schwarz in the drummer’s seat. Like Track Superstars, the group’s initial full-length, found its way to June 2010.